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Anne Hayward

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Angie Brailsford

Perhaps use grid paper and put down a strip of adhesive to hold the cardstock she's stamping.

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Beverly Derringer
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If she is stamping a layer (not the card base), I use removable double sided tape on the back of the piece I’m stamping.  It will then lift up easily and I can rub tape off back. It holds cardstock in place. 

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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RE: Stamparatus Magnets

Cindy McCool
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For smaller pieces (labels, punches, etc) I  usually make a fixture to hold the piece. I punch or die cut 1 piece out of a 4x5 (or whatever) piece of CS, then I cut the remaining 50 pieces. I place the fixture into the Stamparatus, arrange the magnet and then place the piece into the negative space in my fixture. It fits in like a puzzle piece and holds in place to allow stamping. If it doesn’t hold (often happens with photopolymer stamps) I put a piece of washi or painter’s tape into the fixture to give it a little more hold.  I save all my fixtures to use again when I need that shape.

 

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Phyllis Strickland
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The problem is the Stamparatus itself.   I tried to use it and I hate it - one of the reasons is the problem she describes.  I had a Misti long before the Stamparatus came along.   I now use only the Misti and I just don’t use a platform in my classes.  

Phyllis Strickland

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Barbara Stitt

Anne:

I ordered the magnet pad from Stamp n Storage.  It’s $ 9.75 plus shipping.  
It works for me.  Not sure if she wants to invest in that much more.  You
Might ask Demo Support for suggestions.  

Barbara Stitt

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The problem is the Stamparatus itself.   I tried to use it and I hate it - one of the reasons is the problem she describes.  I had a Misti long before the Stamparatus came along.   I now use only the Misti and I just don’t use a platform in my classes.  

Phyllis Strickland

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: Stamparatus Magnets

Robin Messenheimer
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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

grantj

Robin,

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant
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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

GrammyKaren

I put my paper in the corner of the Stamparatus,  I add the silicone may and it works great.
Karen Bernhardt 



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Robin,

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant
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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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RE: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Robin Messenheimer
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With the magnetic plate (it’s magnetic to keep it from slipping off the Stamparatus’ base) you can put your paper in a corner. The corner keeps the paper in place. The magnetic plate lifts it just enough so that the stamps can ink the paper, where it could not if you didn’t have what is basically a shim.  If the paper slips a bit when you lift the plate with the inked stamp, you simply put the paper back in the corner and it’s where it’s supposed to be.

 

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Robin,

 

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant

Sent from my iPhone



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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

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RE: SU!: Stamparatus Magnets

Robin Messenheimer
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The silicone mat is good, too. I like the magnet because it stays with the Stamparatus. I don’t even really know it’s there any more. It just stays put and I don’t use it for anything else

 

 

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I put my paper in the corner of the Stamparatus,  I add the silicone may and it works great.

Karen Bernhardt 

 

 

 

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Robin,

 

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant

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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

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Hmmmm. May have to try that. I have a piece of gun foam I use to get a clear impression, but the plate might also work,

Jan Grant
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The silicone mat is good, too. I like the magnet because it stays with the Stamparatus. I don’t even really know it’s there any more. It just stays put and I don’t use it for anything else

 

 

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I put my paper in the corner of the Stamparatus,  I add the silicone may and it works great.

Karen Bernhardt 

 

 

 

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Robin,

 

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant

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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

Anne Hayward wrote

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I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

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Anne

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Make that FUN foam, please!!!

Jan Grant
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Hmmmm. May have to try that. I have a piece of gun foam I use to get a clear impression, but the plate might also work,

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The silicone mat is good, too. I like the magnet because it stays with the Stamparatus. I don’t even really know it’s there any more. It just stays put and I don’t use it for anything else

 

 

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I put my paper in the corner of the Stamparatus,  I add the silicone may and it works great.

Karen Bernhardt 

 

 

 

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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

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Anne

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Becky Cummins
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I simply use the lines on the grid paper that fits the stamparatus.  This gives plenty of space when using the magnets to hold the card stock in place while stamping.

Becky in Battle Creek



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With the magnetic plate (it’s magnetic to keep it from slipping off the Stamparatus’ base) you can put your paper in a corner. The corner keeps the paper in place. The magnetic plate lifts it just enough so that the stamps can ink the paper, where it could not if you didn’t have what is basically a shim. If the paper slips a bit when you lift the plate with the inked stamp, you simply put the paper back in the corner and it’s where it’s supposed to be.
 
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Jan Grant
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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.
Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
Anne Hayward wrote
Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne
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Thanks everyone who responded with suggestions for my customer.  I have passed them all on to her.

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Barbara Felece
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This may not be the problem but I find that if I work too close to the corners, I have some problems with he magnets getting in the way. Sometimes working in the middle of the Stamparatus is better.


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For smaller pieces (labels, punches, etc) I  usually make a fixture to hold the piece. I punch or die cut 1 piece out of a 4x5 (or whatever) piece of CS, then I cut the remaining 50 pieces. I place the fixture into the Stamparatus, arrange the magnet and then place the piece into the negative space in my fixture. It fits in like a puzzle piece and holds in place to allow stamping. If it doesn’t hold (often happens with photopolymer stamps) I put a piece of washi or painter’s tape into the fixture to give it a little more hold.  I save all my fixtures to use again when I need that shape.

 

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

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Anne

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Judi Carpenter

I agree with you, Barbara!  I normally place my cardstock at the point where it is exactly 1" from the top and 1" from the hinge side.  That makes it easy to re-place it if I need to (such as with the photopolymer stamps, which tend to lift small cardstock pieces).  My downline and customers are all used to this method and probably use it themselves.  I've seldom had a problem since I started doing this.  I get very nice images and don't get ink on the hinge of the Stamparatus, as well.

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This may not be the problem but I find that if I work too close to the corners, I have some problems with he magnets getting in the way. Sometimes working in the middle of the Stamparatus is better.


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For smaller pieces (labels, punches, etc) I  usually make a fixture to hold the piece. I punch or die cut 1 piece out of a 4x5 (or whatever) piece of CS, then I cut the remaining 50 pieces. I place the fixture into the Stamparatus, arrange the magnet and then place the piece into the negative space in my fixture. It fits in like a puzzle piece and holds in place to allow stamping. If it doesn’t hold (often happens with photopolymer stamps) I put a piece of washi or painter’s tape into the fixture to give it a little more hold.  I save all my fixtures to use again when I need that shape.

 

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Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

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Anne

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Catherine Harwood
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I find that I can use the thinner black foam that came with the Stamparatus to be able to have just enough “lift” to also stamp in the corner and not have to use magnets. Or with the photopolymer stamps I can use the Deluxe Foam mat with the grid that we started selling. It does not shift for me. I have even used a cardboard shim if needed for just a little lift for red rubber stamps. 

I did wrap a piece of duck tape around the magnets and made a little tail that makes it very easy to lift up the magnet when I do want to stamp on paper that is moved out from the corner. I love the grid paper sized especially for the Stamparatus for classes as I can mark on the grid paper where to place the card stock that we’re stamping on if needed and no one has any problem duplicating just where to put it. 

I love how a long vertical card can stick out of the bottom or side of the Stamparatus because of the two open sides. That has always made it much more versatile for me then the Misti that I used to have because the closed sides on the Misti limited the size of what I could stamp. I’ve tried lots of stamp positioner tools over the years and can honestly say the Stamparatus is now my favorite.

And of course I love the ability to move the plate down and do hinge stamping and was excited to see the new Borders Abound set for that technique that Kim Cook helped design. (And several others).

Thought I would share that input for Anne as you work with your customer.

Catherine Harwood
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Hmmmm. May have to try that. I have a piece of gun foam I use to get a clear impression, but the plate might also work,

Jan Grant
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The silicone mat is good, too. I like the magnet because it stays with the Stamparatus. I don’t even really know it’s there any more. It just stays put and I don’t use it for anything else

 

 

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I put my paper in the corner of the Stamparatus,  I add the silicone may and it works great.

Karen Bernhardt 

 

 

 

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Robin,

 

What is the use of the magnetic plate without magnets?

Jan Grant

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I had a good collection of MISTIs before the Stamparatus came out. I always put my papers in a corner of the MISTIs so that I could stamp without using a magnet. So I was initially frustrated with the Stamparatus when I couldn't do that because the stamps wouldn't work near the hinges. Then Stamp n Storage came out with a thin magnetic plate to put in the bottom of the Stamparatus, and that made it possible to stamp near the hinges. Now I use that exclusively as a base for my stamping, whether with rubber or photopolymer. I'm sure something else might work. But that magnet plate stays put. You can still use the magnets while you're using it if you want or need to.

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

Anne Hayward wrote

Hi All,

I have a customer who is having a tough time using the magnets with the Stamparatus.  She understands they need to be strong to hold the paper down when lifting the plate, especially with photopolymer stamps.  But, her issue is the thickness and their getting in the way of the stamp.  Even placing a small portion of the magnet on a corner of the paper doesn't seem to help.  She doesn't want to start with a bigger piece of card stock as that adds another step with having to cut it down to fit her project.  She's doing 50 or so cards at time.

Does anyone have any suggestions for her?

Thanks in advance.
Anne

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